Blocking fatty acid oxidation when fatty acids are elevated turns out to be a terrible idea.
It’s unclear if surgery is effective for rotator cuffs.
Ketones improve cognition in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Episode 393: Tara Garrison: Host Elle Russ chats with Boston marathoner, mother of 4, keto specialist, and strength trainer Tara Garrison.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 38: Laura and Erin chat with Dr. Joan Rosenberg about the power of choosing into vulnerability.
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There’s a lot going on here.
There’s a lot of money to be made in “saving the world from evil meat-eaters.”
You’ll never guess what happened when this vegan influencer went carnivore.
Vegans would have you believe the ancient artist was painting a warning sign.
America is importing more sugar than ever before.
New Zealand is importing more human skin than ever before.
I haven’t forgotten about wheat: Amylase trypsin inhibitors in wheat promote fatty liver in mice.
I’d give this as a gag Christmas gift: Firelog that makes your house smell like KFC.
Interesting idea: What the return of the freestanding bathtub might mean.
I’d drink this: Venison mezcal.
I’m not surprised: Humans need more protein in stressed states.
Were you guys aware of atomic gardening?
One year ago (Dec 7 – Dec 13)
“Did, uh, ‘butt-chugging vitamin D’ make it into Keto for Life?”
– Gets an entire chapter, Ion Freeman.